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"What's the difference between tiffany blue and tiffany green?" Is the question that does not want to shut up, especially in the world of weddings, does not it? Many brides ask themselves, they have doubts, and I am here to try to remedy this embarassment! I made the post showing the true Tiffany color, made available two tiffany blue color palettes and many color inspirations!


Here on the blog I already talked about the tiffany blue, but as green-water: Water-White and White Wedding, and I also did another post on the subject here: Green-Water and Gold Wedding.

But first a little bit of history ...

The story of the color that turned a mark.
Or the brand that turned a color.


Yes, "Tiffany" is a trademark, more precisely the "Tiffany Blue". Although the brand was inaugurated in 1837, the color story began in 1845, when Tiffany & Co. creator Charles Lewis Tiffany chose the peculiar turquoise blue to emboss the cover of the Blue Book, the annual catalog of the jewelry collection of his store, located on Broadway in New York.
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There is no evidence yet, but say the color was chosen because of the popularity of turquoise jewelry at the time. Either way, the color was soon associated with the brand and gained a status of luxury and sophistication, especially after the launch of handmade diamond rings in 1886.

The alliance was delivered in the delicate gift box and iconic packaging, the "Tiffany Blue Box", which, after association with the ring, became as coveted as jewelry, regardless of its content.

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In 2001, a partnership of the brand with PANTONE (I have spoken several times of the colors that this American company chooses every year, see clicking here: Pantone, posts about the brand. This year, the chosen color is Greenery, color of the year 2017) transformed the luxurious blue into an exclusive, registered and secret color, so that the color was instantly recognized, regardless of where it was reproduced. Thus was created the "Blue 1837", which was named after the inauguration year of the first store.

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But it is no use picking up your PANTONE cardboard to try to find the code, because the color is not printed in the catalogs, nor available for commercialization. The formula of their production, through mixing the pigments is also kept secret. I went to the company's website, www.pantone.com, I looked for color, and I really could not find it.

What's the difference between tiffany blue and tiffany green?


Now that you know the story, let's go to the conclusions:

- There are many variations for the color: turquoise, green-water, blue-pool, cyan, aqua (acqua), mint (mint), aquamarine, blue-green among other denominations.
- The color is very confused to receive so many names and so many nuances, but the tiffany is a greenish blue as we can see in the box of the mark.
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- There are several palettes that show color variations, from lightest to darkest, but tiffany is unique.

I will leave here two possible palettes of the Tiffany Blue color for you to save and inspire, but as I said, the color is unique! The nuances are suggestions ...

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See too:
- Wedding Invitations
- DIY Custom Wedding Invitation Tutorial

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Let's get inspired, Folks? I took some pictures to share with you beautiful inspirations in tiffany blue. 

They are souvenirs, bridesmaid dresses, bridesmaid dresses, florist dresses, pagem clothing, wedding decoration, and more. Check it out!



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